Videos tagged with "amazing"
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Taraweeh 2011 at Algeria what a beautiful recitation mashaallah Must seeby muhammadikramulhaq 15642 views; 253. Watch Later Comment apprendre le coran méthode super éfficaceby shevadrogba 62898 views; 15135. Watch Later islamicity Taraweeh Makkah 2012 Ramadan Day 29Completion of Quran 1433 AH w English Subtitleby islamicitytv 6207 views; 1054. Watch Later lecture coranique de Mohammadby hari2039 20291 views; 1055. Watch Later imam Tajwid Amazing Recitation Best ...
Africa Overland - Botswana [04:07]
Botswana and The Okavango Delta are amazing places to visit with lots of elephants and wildlife. The annual flood was in full swing when we were there with p...
Democratic Republic of the Congo breathtaking landscapes [07:09]
An aerial montage of amazing landscapes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Meet the Mali in the City Artists [02:09]
Meet some of the artists finishing off their amazing artworks, part of the mammoth community art project, Mali in the City. The Mali in the City public exhib...
Amazing Algerian Sahara! [01:16]
Tassili n'Ajjer (Berber: Tasili n Ajjer, meaning "Plateau of the Rivers"; Arabic: طاسيلي ناجر) is a mountain range in the Algerian section of the Sahara Desert. It is a vast plateau in south-east Algeria at the borders of Libya and Niger, covering an area of 72000 km2. The range is also noted for its prehistoric rock art and other ancient archaeological sites, dating from Neolithic times when the local climate was more moist, with savannah rather than desert. It is not older than 9-10 millennia, according to OSL dating of associated sediments, but could be younger. The art depicts herds of cattle, large wild animals including crocodiles, and human activities such as hunting and dancing. The art has strong stylistic links to the pre-Nguni Art of South Africa and the region, executed in caves by the San Peoples before the year 1200 BCE. The range's exceptional density of rock art paintings-pictograms and engravings-petroglyphs, and the presence of many prehistoric vestiges, are remarkable testimonies to Neolithic prehistory. From 10000 BCE to the first centuries CE, successive peoples left many archaeological remains, habitations, burial mounds and enclosures which have yielded abundant lithic and ceramic material. However, it is the rock art (engravings and paintings) that have made Tassili world famous as from 1933, the date of its discovery. 15000 petroglyphs have been identified to date. (source : Wikipedia)